“Trump Is Not Racist, African-Americans Benefit From His Presidency” — Alveda Kin
Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece gave her full support behind US President Donald Trump Monday, defending him against accusations of racism.
Last Thursday at a closed door WH meeting, President Trump referred to Haiti, El Salvador and some African countries as problem nations, prompting a Democrat backlash.
Sunday, President Trump denied being a racist, telling reporters, “I’m the least racist person you will ever interview.”
“I do not believe President Donald John Trump is a racist. The economy’s up. Jobs are up in the black community. There is great promise to get a lot of people who have been unfairly incarcerated out,” King said in a TV interview Monday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Last month, Black unemployment fell to its lowest rate since records began in Y 1972, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
“The President is working for America, period, as he is draining The Swamp. And African-Americans are benefiting. Our jobs are going up. Our unemployment is going down. Companies are saying they are going to raise their own minimum wage and do bonuses because of the tax cuts.
“So, the president is helping the African-American community. And I don’t believe President Donald Trump is a racist,” she added.
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